A remnant of the Little Falls High School Class of 1935 met recently at the home of Sue Prestopnik.
These friends, ages 93 to 99, meet annually with their yearbooks and other memorabilia to enjoy remembering school happenings more than 75 years ago. There were five members and two guests present.
Al Munger entertained from his repertoire of jokes and non-members stopped by with greetings and best wishes.
Refreshments were served buffet-style ending with Munger’s cookies and Prestopnik’s apple strudel.
With about 135 graduates, the class of 1935 boasts of being the largest class ever from Little Falls High School.